We’re pretty much used to what’s been around in the Indian takeaway food industry – so why not try something new?
Baba’s have selected & reconstructed our favourite Ready-to- Eat dishes from SouthAsia, prepared using our finest, freshest & delicious ingredients.
All homemade. The extra care, time and effort we put in when cooking at home is what Baba’s intends to replicate for our customers.
Bwyta Bwyd Bombai (3B’s) – which simply means Eating Bombai ( mumbai) food, thrives to bring the best of Mumbai Street food to Cardiff . Authentic and delicious street snacks and mini meals brought to you for a taste experience of its kind. A very interesting fact about street food is that it entices all your senses i.e the sense of touch, smell, vision and taste. We too give you an opportunity to entice all your senses and encourage you to eat your meals without the aid of cutlery.
With it’s corrugated iron and multicoloured fairy-light walls, and a Bollywood inspired mural by local artist R-mer, Chai Street on the High Street is our loud and proud city centre location. Open from noon every day of the week, this is the perfect place to grab delicious Kerala street food while your out shopping, before going to a match, or on your weekday lunch.
Our newest venue, Chai Street on Wellfield Road, opened its doors at the end of 2017. Our new home is in the culture-vulture community of Roath which has its own annual arts festival (Made In Roath) and pop music festival (Wales Goes Pop).
A dream to make a simple living to feed his family and send his kids to school. It all started 90 years ago, in the markets of Delhi. His wife was known for her tea across the neighbourhood and he saw an opportunity to capitalise.
This is a growing chain that offers different aspects of Indian food, try their teas or colds drinks and deserts as well as traditional British Indian food as snacks.
FALOODA – Mango flavoured cold drink
Deserts, Ice creams, sundaes
Indian Airy and elegant Indian restaurant in the grand, high-ceilinged setting of a former hotel. Cosy, Good for kids
Mango House has been established since 1998, The restaurant is based in Magor, Cardiff and Cefn Coed boasts a warm and welcoming ambience, unlike any other restaurants in the area.
All of our restaurants offer completely unique dining experiences, not to mention an excellent choice of food, an eclectic selection of beverages and a personal, sincere service that’s second to none.
Not only do they have something to suit every taste and occasion, but all of our restaurants provide the perfect setting to complete any occasion.
Westgate Street’s most recent addition; the Mango House in Cardiff, provides a very relaxed and inviting atmosphere, that has undoubtedly raised the bar for many modern restaurants. Its heavenly cuisine and its elegant and chic décor, undoubtedly makes this one of the finest Indian restaurants in Cardiff.
Mowgli is all about how Indians eat at home and on their streets. She was born to feed the raw need Indians have for tiffins full of fresh bright intense flavour. Mowgli is not about the intimate, hushed dining experience. It is about the smash and grab zing of healthy, light, virtuosic herbs and spices.
Reservations, Seating, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Free Wifi, Table Service, Highchairs Available, Wine and Beer, Dog Friendly
NOT to be confused with Mowgli Street Food.
Indian and Bangladeshi dishes given a low-fat makeover in a smart, modern setting with its own bar. Casual, Groups
We have won the Food & Drinks Award 2012 and 2014 – Indian Restaurant of the year by South Wales ECHO our local newspaper. As recent as Jan 2017 we came Runners up in the same competition.
We strive for customer satisfaction by only using fresh ingredients. Fresh chicken fillets & fresh green vegetables from carefully vetted supplier is used in our food to guarantee customer satisfaction.
A really popular Indian street snack. Pani which means water (flavoured one) and puri deep fried circular dough balls, they are filled with a of mashed potatotes. The water is a mixture of coriander leaves, chillis, black pepper, mint leaves (pudina patta), black salt,
Alternative names: Pani puri Mumbai, golgappa in the north and puchhka in the east.